Born and raised in NH and growing up and living in the lakes region I have a great appreciation for NH’s beauty. At a young age my family was out enjoying the lakes, rivers, mountains and ocean beaches of this state. My love for the mountains and capturing images of the nature I spotted along the way began my love for photography.
I have completed the NH 48 4000 footers list hiking all the mountains from 2007-2014 and equally hiking the smaller mountains along the way. In my free time I volunteer with the Forest Society and am also a volunteer land steward for Moose Mountains Reservation in Middleton. As a volunteer and land steward I engage the community in land conservation and education, build and maintain hiking trails and help keep NH’s natural resources healthy and welcoming.
More recently I established White Mountain Jeeps non-profit engaging Jeep owners in scenic rides across NH to showcase it’s beautiful highways and bi-ways while supporting local non-profits. Each year we host the White Mountains Jeep Invasion for NH’s largest Jeep event raising thousands of dollars for AbilityPLUS adaptive sports and gathering over 200 Jeeps on NH’s beloved Mt. Washington.
Photography: Images On Website Taken by Jason Morris (Canon EOS Rebel)
Trail Descriptions: All hiking information by Jason Morris (Hiking Backpacker and Land Steward)